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USCIS To Welcome 15 New US Citizens At Channel Islands National Park During Citizenship Day And Constitution Day Celebration

USCIS To Welcome 15 New US Citizens At Channel Islands National Park During Citizenship Day And Constitution Day Celebration

Ventura, Calif.— U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will welcome 15 new U.S. citizens during a special outdoor ceremony at Channel Islands National Park on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. USCIS will celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day this year by welcoming 21,000 new citizens in 335 naturalization ceremonies across the country between Sept. 17 […]

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 2nd Amendment

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 2nd Amendment

Greg Albaugh- Citizens Journal  As stated by the National Archives, The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It spells out Americans’ rights in relation to their government. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual—like freedom of speech, press, and religion. It sets rules for due process of law […]

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics-1st Amendment

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics-1st Amendment

Greg Albaugh- Citizens Journal  As stated by the National Archives, The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It spells out Americans’ rights in relation to their government. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual—like freedom of speech, press, and religion. It sets rules for due process of law […]

Commentary | Vaccinations are not in the Constitution

Commentary | Vaccinations are not in the Constitution

Editorial  By Mel Mann Unless you have been living in a cave for all of 2020 and into 2021 you have heard of this highly contagious virus designated COVID-19.  As a worldwide pandemic, COVID-19 has shut down economy’s, changed how we live our lives, and killed far too many.  The good news is that we […]

CDC Now Pushing For Nationwide Mandatory Vaccine Tracking Database Of All Americans, Even After Admitting The Vaccine Is Failing

CDC Now Pushing For Nationwide Mandatory Vaccine Tracking Database Of All Americans, Even After Admitting The Vaccine Is Failing

By: JD Heyes (Natural News) If it wasn’t obvious after Democrats used the COVID pandemic to steal President Donald Trump’s reelection they would ride the outbreak into perpetual power and destroy the Bill of Rights, then maybe now, months into the Biden regime, it’s become clearer. After tens of millions of Americans were persuaded to […]

Cronies Agoura Hills Stood Up, And The City of Agoura Hills Is Trying To Put Them In Their Place

Cronies Agoura Hills Stood Up, And The City of Agoura Hills Is Trying To Put Them In Their Place

by Chris Bailey 16 July 2021 The title may seem harsh, but it’s actually pretty accurate. Even though there are Councilmembers on the Agoura Hills City Council who are trying to help the citizens of their city get back to a normal, post lockdown life, there are others who still want businesses and citizens to […]

Do We Have A Constitution?

Do We Have A Constitution?

Editorial By Dan Reynolds The Supreme Court needs to revisit their judgement on the word “privilege” and “immunity” and strike them from the Constitution. Because what they just did was throw the Constitution and all binding agreements between People Of The United States out the window and removed the purpose of the Constitution that was […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 4

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 4

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard Parts One through Three of this series tracked the development of thought leading to the view held by many that there is an immovable barrier between faith and reason. In that view, reason is based on evidence while faith is believing without evidence. We ended last time with the […]

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Feature Article Added by Chris Bailey 06 June 2021  The doctrine of Qualified Immunity is a heavily debated topic in 2021, and the history of its creation runs deep. The most recent case which addresses qualified immunity was decided by SCOTUS Taylor v. Riojas (2020), involving an inmate held in a Texas Correctional Facility under […]

Commentary | Why DC Statehood Is a Constitutional No-No

Commentary | Why DC Statehood Is a Constitutional No-No

By THOMAS GALLATIN Republicans note that HR 51 is all about Democrats accumulating more power. The House Oversight and Reform Committee held a hearing Wednesday on HR 51, a bill that would advance the District of Columbia on a path toward statehood. Democrats have long touted this action under the guise of finally providing “representation” […]

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